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Arrested for 1980s Murders

For decades, the families of four young women killed in a string of unsolved Portland murders have waited for answers. ...

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Detention Limbo

One Portland family is doing everything it can to keep their adult son, a nearly life-long Portland resident, from being ...

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Roseburg Shooting Addressed By President Obama

President Obama expounded on the importance of gun control, legislation, and the importance of political action surrounding Thursday's mass shooting ...

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City Makes Progress on Police Reforms

The city of Portland has its first report card on how it’s doing in making progress on police reforms in ...

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Police Filmer Files Federal Lawsuit

A man who films the police has filed a federal lawsuit against the Portland Police Bureau and the city alleging ...

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Police Custody Death Settlement

The parents of Freddie Gray reached a tentative $6.4 million settlement with the city of Baltimore.

Mysterious Fatal Crash

Authorities are still trying to find out how a Portland woman lost her life in a car accident outside her ...

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Unsolved Murder Revisited

Portland Police are coming back to the community to find answers on a murder case that’s slowly gone cold.

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Life Sentence for Portland Pimp

A repeat Portland sex offender who prostituted a 15-year-old runaway last year has been sentenced to life in prison.

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NAACP leader says police used excessive force on sister

The president of an NAACP chapter contends Eugene police used excessive force on his sister after she tried to stop ...

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Town Hall on Marijuana Policy

Commissioner Amanda Fritz is hosting a series of community gatherings to get the public’s input on the licensing and regulating ...

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Voting Rights Act Turns 50

Oregon Secretary of State Jeanne P. Atkins invited Oregonians to join her Thursday to commemorate the Voting Rights Act. 50 ...

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NAACP leader says police used excessive force on sister

The president of an NAACP chapter contends Eugene police used excessive force on his sister after she tried to stop ...

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Renewed Efforts in Cold Case

Portland Police are asking for the public’s renewed efforts in trying to solve a murder that occurred 10 years ago.

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Marijuana Sales to Begin Early

Oregon will allow marijuana sales to adults beginning Oct. 1, nearly a year sooner than originally planned.